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new criminology: for a social theory of deviance

by Ian R. Taylor

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Published by Routledge and Kegan Paul in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminology.,
  • Deviant behavior.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 302-320.

    Statement[by] Ian Taylor, Paul Walton [and] Jock Young; [with a foreword by Alvin W. Gouldner]
    SeriesInternational library of sociology
    ContributionsWalton, Paul, joint author., Young, Jock, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6025 .T38
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 325 p.
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5310907M
    ISBN 100710074727, 0710075529
    LC Control Number72095127

    Akers (Social learning and social structure: a general theory of crime and deviance. Northeastern University Press, Boston, ) has extended social learning theory to the macro-level, and thus we provide a look at the assumptions, concepts, and propositions of his social structure social The new criminology: for a social theory of deviance. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Taylor, I., Walton, P., & Young, J. Date Publisher CRM Explaining Crime Section: Recommended Next: Criminology: theory and context Previous: Key readings in criminology. Library availability. View in catalogue. Have you

    The New Criminology: 40th Anniversary Edition: For a Social Theory of Deviance (ebook) Published May 27th by Routledge ebook, pages "The New Criminology was written at a particular time and place; it was a product of and its aftermath: a world turned upside was a time of great changes in personal politics and a surge of politics on the left: Marxism, Anarchism, Situationism as well as radical social democratic ideas became centre stage." Jock Young, from the new , Walton and Young's The New

    The study of social deviance is the study of the violation of cultural norms in either formal or informal contexts. Social deviance is a phenomenon that has existed in all societies with norms. Sociological theories of deviance are those that use social context and social pressures to explain :// /chapter/theories-of-crime-and-deviance.   In criminology, Ronald Akers and Robert Burgess () developed Social Learning Theory to explain deviancy by combining variables which encouraged delinquency (e.g. the social pressure from delinquent peers) with variables that discouraged delinquency (e.g. the parental response to discovering delinquency in their children).. Social Learning Theory was derived from the work of Gabriel Tarde


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